Hayley Turner Previews Rides at Bath and Lingfield

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Hayley takes a look ahead to her single ride at Bath and three rides at Lingfield.

Hayley Turner Previews Rides at Bath and Lingfield

I’m heading down to Bath tomorrow for one exciting ride for Godolphin before returning to Lingfield on Saturday evening for three rides. 

Friday: Bath

3:35pm –  1m 2f – MOMENT OF BEAUTY

MOMENT OF BEAUTY (2/1*) is my only ride at Bath tomorrow. She is a three-year-old filly who didn’t run at two. She made her racecourse debut at Wetherby in a 1m 2f Fillies Novice Stakes where she finished a creditable fifth. The front pair were a good distance clear, but the form has worked out really well. Noon Star, who won, is an impeccably bred Juddmonte filly who is a leading contender in this year’s Oaks and has since come out and won. The second was sent off favourite for the Lingfield Oaks Trial and despite being beaten, ran with a certain amount of credit. On form, we should have every chance here. 

Saturday: Lingfield

5:55pm – 1m 4f Handicap –  GIFT OF KINGS

Tom Clover is a trainer who is doing very well and he had a nice winner at Wolverhampton on Thursday. GIFT OF KINGS’ only run on the all-weather resulted in a win so a return to that surface should play to his strengths. He’s off 1lb lower than the weight he won at Newcastle last season so if Tom has him in that sort of form, he should have a chance of returning to the winners’ enclosure.

7:25 – 7-furlong Handicap – IN THE RED

IN THE RED is a hardy and consistent performer. He has been placed on a few of his recent starts this year. He’s been given a bit of a break by his trainer Martin Smith to freshen him up. It looks a pretty open and competitive race but seven furlongs suits him.

7:55 – 7-furlong Maiden – BERKSHIRE MIELE

BERKSHIRE MIELE only made one start as a two-year-old where he finished third here at Lingfield over 5-furlongs. He was pretty green that day and shaped as if the extra distance would suit him. He has wintered well and if building on that debut run will have a good chance of breaking his maiden tag at the second time of asking.

Stay safe,

Hayley!

*All odds correct at the time of writing.

Hayley Turner is widely regarded as being the most successful female British jockey of all time. In her career to date she has won more than 1,500 flat races and has been awarded an OBE for services to horse racing. Hayley Turner’s tips are worth paying attention to since she has the inside track in the world of horse racing. Hayley brings her unique insights on horse racing exclusively to MansionBet in her weekly blog posts.

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